Join us!

Would you like to sing with us? No auditions, just enthusiasm required! We are always pleased to welcome new members to our choir. You can try us out for two weeks before signing up for the term.  

Just turn up on a Monday at 7.30 pm. Check out our Diary for term and rehearsal dates.

Or, get in touch with our Membership Secretary (see Contact for more details).

Choir information


From 7.30 to 9.30 pm on Monday evenings (tea break around 8.30 pm)

Rehearsal & Performance Venue

St. Leonard's Church, Tooting Bec Gardens, London SW16 1HS

Subscriptions 2017/18

Full rate: £60 per term (£20 if just the Christmas concert); £160 per year
Concessions: £41.25 per term; £110 per year (includes under 35s)
Family rate: 1½ times full membership rate (2 family members)
N. B. Subscriptions must be paid in full by mid-way through each term, or by the end of the autumn term if paid annually.

Ticket sales

We need all members who attend rehearsals to buy a minimum of two full-rate tickets per concert to sell on to family and friends. 


To sing in a concert you normally have to have attended at least two thirds of the rehearsals.

Concert dress

Gentlemen: Black trousers and black open-neck shirt

Ladies: Smart, long black skirt or trousers with smart black top, or smart long black dress

I hadn’t sung with a choir for over 15 years and was looking for somewhere to sing which was well-organised and professional, but also friendly and laid back. I have been made welcome since the first moment I showed up and it is a pleasure to sing with them and enjoy a few drinks together afterwards.
— Kevin, Tenor
I was missing music in my life; the joy of creating it to be precise, rather than simply listening to it. What I hoped to find in that first rehearsal was a chance to sing, with people who did it for fun first, and precision second! I’m delighted I came along, and five rehearsals (and pub gatherings!) later, I’m making fantastic music with talented and welcoming people. I didn’t get what I hoped for, I got a whole lot more!
— Aoife, Alto